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Indian police recovers Ukrainian ambassador's snatched phone

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The mobile phone of Ukrainian ambassador to India, Igor Polikha, which had been snatched from him in Indian capital city New Delhi, has been recovered, police said Saturday.

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"One person was arrested and from his possession the phone was recovered," a senior police official told the media, adding raids were conducted to arrest the person after he was identified.

Polikha was busy taking photographs and selfies with his phone near the Red Fort in the city on Wednesday when a person came and snatched it from him. The envoy was alone on the spot.

Afterwards, he wrote to Indian home ministry and Delhi Police Commissioner about the incident.

Reports said following the complaint, police rounded up more than 100 suspects and questioned them.


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